A look at how respondents view electronic health records from nine vendors differently than they did last year.

When Healthcare IT News conducted the second annual EHR Satisfaction Survey, we found a noteworthy change since the first year’s results: Readers rate their EHRs higher today than they did twelve months ago.


Allscripts, Cerner, Epic, GE Healthcare, MEDITECH, McKesson and Siemens all garnered a higher ranking in 2016 than they did in 2015 — while eClinicalWorks and NextGen dipped in satisfaction rates.

[Main article: See the 2016 Healthcare IT News EHR Satisfaction Survey results]

The overall findings are based on 340 responses from a range of healthcare professionals including clinicians, executives and IT pros at hospitals, health systems, ambulatory care and other facilities.

Participants rated their EHRs based on interoperability, interface, security, user experience and support services.

Source: HealthcareITNews.com